Leigh Chapman, Chief Nursing Officer of Canada / Infirmière en chef Santé Canada, joins moderator Suzanna Fitzpatrick, DNP, for an invigorating conversation on the intersections of healthcare and leadership.
Bad leadership and bad followership are part of the human condition and a recurring theme in Barbara Kellerman’s work. Here’s her latest thinking.
ILA Lifetime Achievement Awardee Keith Grint shares his latest research on leadership and the devaluation of the mundane – the reciprocal process of extraordinarization.
ILA Lifetime Achievement Awardee Meg Wheatley discusses her work of the past seven years training leaders and activists to be Warriors for the Human Spirit.
The World’s Body of Practical Wisdom on Leadership and Leadership Development – A Conversation With John Adair
ILA Lifetime Achievement Awardee John Adair discusses his book, The Art of Judgment, a pioneering exploration of practical wisdom, a key leadership quality, particularly in challenging times.
Touching on contemporary global issues and drawing on his recent books Leading Wisely and Leadership Unhinged, Manfred Kets de Vries shares his thinking on leadership in this conversation from ILA’s 2022 Global Conference. Kets de Vries is an ILA Lifetime Achievement award winner as is the session moderator Ron Riggio.
There is still a long journey to transform the face of senior leadership in corporate America and achieve racial and gender equality in organizations. ILA Lifetime Achievement Award winner, Stella Nkomo, shares her insights into what leaders can do.
Author Jacklyn Bruce discusses Transformative Leadership in Action: Allyship, Advocacy & Activism.
Dan Jenkins discusses two books edited with Kathy Guthrie, The Role of Leadership Educators: Transforming Learning & Transforming Learning: Instructional and Assessment Strategies for Leadership Education.
Authors Kathy Guthrie and Kerry Priest discuss their book Navigating Complexities in Leadership: Moving Toward Critical Hope.
Jennifer Moss Breen discusses her book Women Courageous: Leading Through the Labyrinth.
John M. Hinck discusses his book Badges of Honor: Stories of the Head, Heart, and Hand, offering stories from life, leadership, and command in the military.